16.46 Ac(6.66 Ha)
Price on application

Cambus O May HotelBallater, Aberdeenshire, AB35 5SE


    Key features

    • Substantial former Victorian Fishing Lodge
    • Incl walled Garden, cottage, kennels and coach house

    Former Victorian fishing lodge situated in the heart of Royal Deeside and within the Cairngorms National Park.

    About this property

    • A unique and impressive country house most recently trading as a hotel but considered suitable for a variety of uses, subject to securing the necessary consents. The main building is located centrally within the wider grounds and therefore enjoys a high degree of privacy as well as a terraced patio area to the front leading down into mature garden grounds. The property, which was constructed in 1874, had been formed around two linked courtyards and offers a total of 17 bedrooms including owners accommodation (12 of which provide en suites) as well as 4 public rooms on the ground floor including an impressive drawing room and bar area. The property features a beautiful Victorian tiled entrance and hallway with period wood panelling, moulded cornices and original fireplaces and surrounds. Further accommodation includes office space, kitchen, laundry and wine cellar. There are also a number of granite outbuildings associated with the property and approximately 100 metres to the north of the main hotel there is an attractive walled garden with an adjacent kennel building. The latter may be suitable for redevelopment subject to securing the necessary consents

    Local information

    • Cambus O’ May is situated in the eastern foothills of the Cairngorms National Park on the banks of the Dee and is a delightful area for walking, fishing and outdoor pursuits. The Cambus O May cheese company, which is dedicated to the creation of artisanal cheeses using original recipes and methods, is located nearby as is the Riverside Cottage Cafe and the Tullich Fishery.
    • Ballater, which is located approximately 3.3 miles west is an attractive village with many fine Victorian houses and an excellent selection of quality shops and restaurants. Many of the local shops bear the Royal Warrant of the Queen or the Prince of Wales, testifying to Ballater’s long-standing royal associations. Balmoral Castle, the Scottish Home to the Royal Family, can be found 10 miles to the west.